Copywriting is timeless. The copywriting tips and techniques created by greats like Claude Hopkins, David Ogilvy, Gary Halbert and Joe Sugarman are just as useful today as hundreds of years ago.
The Internet has made this research even better. There’s thousands of experiments, tests and new ideas being shared everyday. Here’s a collection of posts with my favorite copywriting tips, resources and more. Explore!
If you post something on Facebook, it’s often your goal to maximize the amount of times it gets seen.
Facebook has a limit of content they can show a user before they get bored and leave the site (People average 50 minutes per day on … Continue Reading
I do a lot of video calls, and in my place there’s a lot of backlighting which causes me to look like this on calls:
This lighting makes doing video calls pretty hard, and being brown doesn’t help either. But fortunately I found a way to light up … Continue Reading
**If you’re at an event right now and need some opening lines, here’s some quick lines for you to use immediately:
“So what’s been your favorite session so far?”
This is a good one that everyone will have an opinion on, and can lead into cooler conversations quickly.
“Hey there, what do you… Continue Reading
Me and my politically-correct, gender-balanced, equal-race-represented group of business people have picked out the best business podcasts of 2017 for you!
We’ve also put together some helpful tips on how to make podcasts turn you into a learning machine during time you’d otherwise be doing nothing:
I’m gonna show you how to make a professional-looking PDF file without an expensive designer, and without using Adobe.
There’s only 4 steps, they are all free, and it takes about 45 seconds to complete:
Udemy is arguably the largest marketplace for digital courses.
Udemy claims to have … Continue Reading
I’m not sure if I should be publicly writing about this, but I’ve uncovered a pretty massive government conspiracy, and have secretly been stealing from this government-funded project for several years.
This isn’t like torrenting a music file from the internet…..we’re talking about picking up products and walking right out of this place without paying for them.
It’s a pretty … Continue Reading
If you’re a surgeon, it’s very helpful to have some good surgical tools.
If you’re a carpenter, it’s very helpful to have some good carpentry tools.
If you’re a copywriter, it’s very helpful to have some good copywriting tools.
As a copywriter myself, here’s a list of the most useful tools I’ve personally found:
What’s impressive about Sam is that he writes a massive number of content articles on TheHustle every week, about 30% which go viral. Then they use all the exposure to build an … Continue Reading
Hiring a copywriter is kinda confusing, and there’s no one-size-fits-all way to do it.
Like any freelancer you hire, there’s this classic conundrum where you get to pick only two options:
If you want dirty-cheap prices (like $5.50 for an article), you’ll probably not get amazing quality. Duh.
If you want world-class copy from an experienced business person, you’ll have … Continue Reading